[Histonet] IHC Position Dallas
Pat.Patterson <@t> propath.com
Fri Aug 3 08:54:31 CDT 2012
ProPath, a progressive, CAP accredited, high-volume pathology practice in
Dallas, Texas is seeking an Immunohistochemistry Technician for its'
Immunohistochemistry Lab. Responsibilities include slide preparation
(paraffin and frozen sections), IHC staining using our unique manual system,
antibody titer preparation, equipment maintenance, supply/reagent inventory
maintenance, and QC/QA recording.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 4 years Histology experience with
paraffin microtomy with a variety of different tissue types, prefer at least
1-2 years immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence or in situ hybridization
and frozen section experience. Working knowledge of IHC theory required,
hands on IHC performance desired. If using an automated system we'll easily
train you on our manual system. HT (ASCP) or QIHC desired.
The hours for the position are 4:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.
ProPath utilizes leading technology and is a quality oriented pathology
laboratory. Benefits include medical, dental, Short and Long Term Disability
insurance, a matched 401K plan and more!
Don't Follow the Leader! Join the Leader!
To apply, please visit www.propath.com
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Pat Patterson, HTL(ASCP)
ProPath - The Leader in Pathology Services
1355 River Bend Drive
Dallas, TX 75247
214-237-1700 x 2027
To learn more about ProPath, please visit http://www.ProPath.com
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